Indore: NCB arrested two men with 140 kg of cannabis

They were bringing cannabis from Odisha and were going to deliver it in Vidisha

Staff ReporterUpdated: Tuesday, July 05, 2022, 10:22 PM IST
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh): The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) arrested two persons with more than 140 kilograms of cannabis (ganja) in Narsinghpur district, an official said on Tuesday. The ganja was being taken in a car to Vidisha. The accused are being questioned further.

According to Brijendra Chowdhary, zonal director of NCB, acting on a tip-off, a team stopped a car in Kareli in Narsinghpur district on July 3. During a search, the officials recovered about 140.75 kilograms of ganja from the boot space of the car. The ganja was wrapped in brown coloured tape in order to mislead the officials. Two persons were arrested by the officials. The accused were carrying the cannabis from Odisha to deliver it to someone in Vidisha district in the state. NCB is looking for the person who ordered the consignment.

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